Just Mustard - Wednesday (2018) Pizza Pizza Records.
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Wednesday by Just Mustard, released 02 May 2018 1. Boo 2. Curtains 3. Feeded 4. Pigs 5. Tainted 6. Deaf 7. Tennis 8. Pictures "Wednesday" is the debut LP by Just Mustard. If I were forced to put a spin on it I'd say Boo Radley's 'Everything is Alright Forever' with David William Simms playing bass. But I really don't care for making this a tag a band thing.
Distributor: Pizza Pizza Records. Words: danny kilmartin. Soon came the release of their foamy self-titled EP, positioning the band as one of the most promising dream pop/shoegaze bands our Emerald Isle had to offer.
Just Mustard: their new album was released independently and quietly enough but has picked enough online plaudits to turn heads. What: Irish shoegaze rock revivalists cut the mustard. That’s a conclusion to be drawn from listening to Just Mustard, a Dundalk five-piece who released their debut album Wednesday earlier this year. Anna Mullarkey - Baby Dragon. Screeches of menacing metallic guitar noise, undulating basslines and disembodied vocals build to a crescendo on the opening track Boo and it’s clear within five minutes, they ain’t messing around. There’s no let-up from there with Curtains amping up the darkness and Pigs bringing a dose of the fear to proceedings.
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Mustard is the second solo album by English musician Roy Wood, released in December 1975 by Jet Records. The album was recorded at De Lane Lea Studios and Phonogram Studios, although a dispute at one of the studios delayed the release of the album.
Just Mustard - Pigs (Official Video). Official music video for 'Pigs' the second single from our debut LP 'Wednesday'. Saturday Morning Post-Punk. And what better way to start it then with a track from London's The Slits, whose debut album, the classic Cut, came out that year. Here's a song that's still relevant in this NY-sales-obsessed era, with a promo video too. youtube. The Slits - Spend Spend Spend. Video clip from the 1979 album CUT. December 29, 2018 at 3:30 AM ·.
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